Welcome To St Helena
Small town charm in the heart of Napa Valley
Situated in the heart of Napa Valley, St Helena is a world-class tourist destination with an eclectic mix of restaurants and proximity to the valley's most famous wineries. St Helena also has art galleries, cute cafes, and a bumper crop of shops to explore. Located 60 miles north of San Francisco, St Helena is dotted with impeccable architectural designs and lavish landscapes. There are several noteworthy tourist centers in the area, such as Del Dotto, Estate Winery & Caves, and Beringer Vineyards, among others. For outdoor lovers and adventurers, St Helena offers an array of options to fit the needs of every family.
What To Love
- Lavish landscape
- An eclectic mix of restaurants
- Hotel attractions
- Artistic designs
- Small town charm
The small town of St Helena offers an exciting experience for wine lovers and those looking for a historic area with bucolic charm. The area is home to a diverse range of architectural styles, some historic, and plenty of gorgeous scenery to enjoy. St Helena also has museums, art galleries, and historic landmarks to explore along with luxury shopping nearby.
Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
St Helena is dotted with an array of shops and entertainment venues along with dozens of restaurants. The best fine dining option in St Helena is Press Restaurant
where you will find golden osetra caviar and 60-day-aged tomahawk steaks served in a luxurious atmosphere. The Gatehouse Restaurant
is on the historic campus of the Greystone Cellars and The Culinary Institute and much of the produce used in the restaurant is grown in the Gatehouse Gardens. The Chef at Charter Oak
is the same as the three-starred Michelin Chef at Meadowood, Chef Christopher Kostow. They have gorgeous, intimate spaces for private events where he will create a special menu for you paired with premium cocktails.
The Goose and Gander
is a rustic gastropub with a seasonal menu and retro-inspired cocktails. Gott’s
is a roadside cafe and a James Beard American Classic. The Brasswood Bar and Bakery
provides artisan baked goods along with sandwiches and salads in their cafe. They are a great spot to get a charcuterie board to go with your Napa wine.
in Napa Valley is a family estate and private resort on a 250-acre vineyard. Their Wine Center provides an immersion into their wines and the history of the region. Their swimming complex has three different swimming pools and they have five tennis courts available for guests. Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch
serves dishes fresh from their ranch, farm, and vineyard. At their farmers’ market, you can find grass-fed meat, heritage eggs, and fresh produce.
Things to Do
Moore Creek Park
has 1,600-acres of rugged terrain to explore on horseback, mountain bike, or by foot. Charles Krug
, at the Peter Mondavi Sr Family Estate, hosts the Napa Valley Film Festival, comedy nights, and concerts where you could see stars such as Damien Escobar, The Psychedelic Furs, or Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
Annually, in June, Napa Valley hosts the Auction Napa Valley
, a philanthropic event benefiting children’s education and community health. The St Helena City Fire Department hosts an annual Lobster Feed
to raise funds for the fire department.